Native Corporations no-bid contracts continue for now - KTVA

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The U.S. senator who has been examining federal contracting preferences for Alaska Native corporations has decided to hold off on an amendment that would have opened the firms up to more competition for large Defense Department contracts.
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mikey372002

Anchorage, AK

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Jul 24, 2009
 
As and alaskan native, shady deals are made even by native corporations, willnot hurt to have congress look into these deals and contracts that they get.And the greed of these CEO native corporations shows, look at all the elderly who live in rural alaska , they struggle daily with high cost of items and living, but do you see these big coporations helping, Heck No, they want to make sure they get a big bonus and line their pockets, Its called Greed and you know which ones are into that. Shame on you for treating your own people like second class , Shame on you for no lending a helping hand to elderly from around your region, SHAME ON YOU ALL BIG AND MIGHTY WORTHLESS IN OUR EYES , SUCH SHAME.
Curious American

Homer, AK

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Jul 26, 2009
 
What's the difference between No-Bid and Sole-Source contracts? Haliburton, Cheny and the middle easterners or the Naive Americans. Am I the only one who sees the elephant here?

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